Bread & Pullet – good British tapas in Northampton

I recently enjoyed a delicious and relaxed meal at the newly opened Bread & Pullet restaurant in Northampton. It serves British-style tapas and, being Italian, I love sharing plates and platters – small cicchetti bites that allow you to try a little of everything – so I couldn’t wait to visit.

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Bread & Pullet opened in December 2015 – a new project for head chef Adam Church, his partner Sophie Drage and their former boss Tom Hewer (owner of the Franks Group). It is a beautifully decorated restaurant: the dining room feels warm yet spacious and there’s an open kitchen area towards the rear. I enjoyed a fantastic meal and the prosecco was good too (an important factor for me!)

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This restaurant aims to showcase the best local suppliers, craft beers and British spirits. Everything served is freshly made by chef Adam and his team (who are home-grown too). If you enjoy something a little different or just like grazing amongst friends, this place is for you. Bread & Pullet is at 176 Wellingborough Road in Northampton, or call the team on 01604 638520 to find out more and to reserve your table.

I think I tasted and enjoyed more or less everything on the menu and specials board, with my favourites being the baked beetroot and salt beef hash. So delicious! Adam – please arrange a takeaway service as soon as you can – just reading through the menu again has me salivating.

Carmela Sereno Hayes
The author:

Carmela is a mother of four, a passionate cookery tutor and the author of Southern Italian Family Cooking. She lives in Northamptonshire.